Evo Morales' daughter refuses to leave Bolivia and go to Mexico
The daughter of former Bolivian president Evo Morales refused to leave Bolivia and go to Mexico, El Deber newspaper reported on Thursday citing Bolivia's acting foreign minister, Karen Longaric.
Morales describes new Bolivian government’s crackdown on protests as ‘genocide’
Bolivia’s ex-president Evo Morales compared the interim government’s crackdown on protests with genocide on Wednesday, at a news conference in Mexico where he had received political …
Venezuelan diplomats return home from Bolivia after expulsion
All the Venezuelan diplomats who were working in Bolivia have returned back, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro told reporters on Sunday.
"Today, after persecution and threats in Bolivia the …
Morales confirms he is ready to return to Bolivia soon
Evo Morales who resigned from the post of the Bolivian president on November 10 is ready to return to his home country to help normalize situation and stop violence, El Universal newspaper reported on …
Death toll in Bolivia protests rises to 10
At least 10 people were killed in the unrest that has raged in Bolivia since October 20, the El Deber newspaper said citing Director of the Bolivian Institute of Forensic Investigations Andres …
Morales blasts Senator Anez for declaring herself interim president
The fact that Bolivian Senator Jeanine Anez declared herself interim president represents a coup, former president Evo Morales wrote on his official Twitter account on Tuesday.
"The most treacherous …
Protesters attack residence of Argentine ambassador in Chile
Protesters threw stones at the residence of the Argentine ambassador in Chile's capital on Tuesday. Argentina's Ambassador to Chile Jose Octavio Bordon said that no one was injured in the …
Opposition in Mexico is against granting asylum to Bolivia's Morales
Mexican Congressman from the opposition National Action Party Marko Cortes has spoken against granting asylum to former Bolivian president Evo Morales, La Jornado newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Bolivian police ask military to help maintain public order
The police of Bolivia ask the country’s armed forces to intervene and help it maintain public order in the country, La Paz Police Department Commander Jose Antonio Barrenechea …
Bolivian defense minister steps down amid protests
Bolivian Defense Minister Javier Zavaleta has announced his resignation amid the ongoing protests that have gripped the country, the South American country’s Defense Ministry wrote on its …